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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 11 July 1903

LOCAL AND GENERAL Mrs. .1. MeFarlani; and family n1 tui-ued .on Wednesday last, from a few week's holiday trip. The Unani Lutlge (Manchester Unity 1. U.O.F.), Bail on Tnursday evening next, promises to be a uiom. snccessLiil function, as me tickets have, .sold well, ami the. meiiii)ei- are working hard to make their lirsc social yatheriny an event to be re nieniberud. Messrs Gray and Maloiit-, of 13allina, will pi'oviilu the music, piano and violin. Go to .1. W. Elbra, if yon want a good Sulky.' Constable Graham placed no less than tliirty-odd now names on tin Electoral liolls during one (.lay hi the proceeding week. Ajul these, \w understand, are all names of towns people. Mr. Clarke's Cavanba Store is be ing extensively enlarged, and im proved. Mr. J. G. Balzer. our well-known cordial manufacturer is establishing a branch of his factory at Mullum nimby. We wish him success in the new venture. Mr. Quaiu, of the Pier Hotel, has secured Mr. Jarman's building known as ' The Hall,' whi...

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Church of England. PARISH OF BYRON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 11 July 1903

CiiiM'ch orfiCit^laiKi. Parish Of Byrox Hay. Sunday, July 12th, VM\. JirooKiet .1.1 a.m. Bnnyalow *2.;iO. p.m. iiyrun Bay 7.;i».) p.m. EDWIN J. DODD.

Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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FUN. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 11 July 1903

[?] Boots were Mrs. Smith's. — Mrs. Smith and Miss Brown were once the bosomest of bosom friends. In fact, Miss Brown was a constant visitor at the house of Mrs. Smith. She was staying with her as a guest one bitter cold frosty morning, and the two were going for a walk. Miss Brown, ready first, stood warming herself by' the dining room flre. '? Dearest,' called Mrs. Smith from upstairs, ' has Jane put my boots to warm at the dining-room fire ?' 'No, darling,' Miss Brown re plied, 'yours are not here, but your husband's are.' Presently Mrs. Smith entered the room, evidently not in the' sweetest of tempers. She viciously picked up the boots from the fender, and left the room tossing her head. Then it dawned upon Miss Brown that she had made an awful blunder, and that the bouts belonged to her hostess. A new college girl received an invitation from a masculine friend, and not daring to evade the law, in her guileless freshness she went to the dean to ask for a special dispen sation. '...

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ODDFELLOWS BALL, BANGALOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 11 July 1903

ODDFELLOWS BALL, BANGALOW. Friday, 3rd inst., witnessed a very successful ball at Bangalow, under the auspices of the Loyal Pride of Bangalow Oddfellows Lodge (Man chester Unity). The Ball was held in the Agricultural Hall, which had been daintiiy decorated for the oc casion witn ierns anu greenery. There were fully 80 couple present, visitors from Byron Bay, Ballina and other centres attending. Mrs. I. Johnson presented each of the Oddfellows with a rosette, and Mr. Johnson made an efficient M.C. The piano and violin were in the hands of Messrs. Sinclair and Davis, res pectively, who discoursed sweet music for the merry dancers. The Oddfellows are to be heartily con gratulated upon the unity and good fellowship displayed all round, and we'll be glad to welcome them to our Ball, which takes place on the 10th inst., it will be the first entertain ment of the Unara Lodge.

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Useful Hints. FASHIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 11 July 1903

Useful fHnte* FASHIONS-. From Paris, Vienna, and America (says a Sydney contemporary.) comes the same news, which I idr bne re gret to hear, that is the clinging tight-fitting skirt) so fitted t'4 show off the lines of a good figure, so merciful to the over-stout and, above n'l, so comfortable to wear, is finally doomed. Its place, alas, is to be taken by skirts full over the hips, or. at ali eventn, with tucks or folded pieces over them, stitched flat ai present- but in the near future, it ip said, to be left quite loose and full. With the full skirt comes the new sleeve, one of the most becoming styles being a variety of the so-called bishop : it .starts with a tight sort of cap, reaching from the shoulder for about eight inches down the arm. from which falls a considerable ful ness, very loosely, and invariably of a soft material, confined at the wrist by means of a cuff of lace, velvet or tucked chiffon. Some of the sleeves are gathered to a depth of eightj inches from the shoul...

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Telegraphic News. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 11 July 1903

{pele|raf)l?ic H(Ws. SYUNKY, Wednesday. As ibe ri'suh nf an interview be tween Mr. O'Sullivan and the Pre uii.-r of South Au.-'tralia water is to If s:ipp!i-Jd to Broken Hill at less th hi cost. Toe I'ri-iiiier estimates that in thi-e.- mouths arrangements will be completed for women to exercise th Mr iram-hise. ; I').1. McCarthy returned to broken: Mill las! night and barf abandoned; his rain-making ?xp.'riments. Fie! sivs he Ii.-h lost £2'-n i.ver the transaction. The steamer Maud Weston re turned to Sydney yesterday froni| the wreck oi' the steamer Oakland, brin'Miig a quantity of gear which! was recovered. An attempt will be nude next week to flout the sunken steamer. i

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HER FIRST TELEPHONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 July 1903

HER FIRST TKLEPHOfflS. Kate Rafferty left thn wilds of sweet Donegal to he a general in i Liverpool family. Hey parents re ceived the following letter : — ' Dear Father and Mother, — ' T liniifi vnn ui'P iinrh \vn!l iiii-! Rosa Ann as this leaves me at pre sent, I have got a -lice situation here, the missus comes from Dublin she gave mo a ticket for a concert last night, L was sitting up in a gal lery an' had a fine view 1 never saw so many ladies in their hair befoiv not one downstairs had so much a.;. as a bar on. I hope 1 niav he able to stay an' that the saints will be abl-: to protect me, though the family is so kind they is mad or either be lievers in spirits, I've heard there are sich people who rhink the dead in Heaven can speak to us. In Hie hall — an' it's a purty hall to -then: is a sort of a tube stuck in the wa:i with a mouth to it. Well first ihin:: after breakfast the master _uoe.- ij., to this tiling an' rin^s a bell, then he shouts ' are you there' some t i j 1 1 * ...

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HIS LAST CRIME. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 July 1903

HIS kflST CRIME. '^VjVlTY my simplicity.11 j viV Simple enough words, and (IV -'^, lisped us they were in )\ infantile accents by a little maul --i: three, they struck an an swering- chord of the hardened criminal who stood concealed behind the heavy draperies of the window. He had ground his* teeth and mat tered hard curses when, some min utes before, his plan of action had been unexpectedly foiled by the entrance of the child and her nurse.! What business had they here r This was my lady's room, 'ami as such should have been perfectly free from now until she retired for the night. Lady Harrington's jewels had long been eagerlj' desired by the burgling profession, and now an ex cellent opportunity had occurred in which to annex them. Slippery Jim had been selected as the very man to bring the job to a successful issue. Under cover of the dull November light, he had fixed his ladder to the window, climbed up, and effected an entrance. My lady was at dinner, and as Jim turned up a je...

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Black Eyes and Blue. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 July 1903

Black E^es.and Slue. Black eyes may dazzle at a ball, Blui! eyes most please at evening fall. The black a conquest soonest gain, The blue a conquest best retain ; The black bespeak a lively heart. Whose soft emotions soon depart ; The blue a steadier flame betray, Which beams and lives beyond a day : The black may features best disclose. In blue my feelings all repose : Then let each reign without control. The black all mind-- the blue all soul.

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Poetry and Fiction. Mr. Sun's Story. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 July 1903

{ tjh^U/ and 'jfkcfcdn. \ _/_ ? Mr. Sun's §for^. I asked the Sun to-day, If! it were true About the Moon, you know, And he looked through The window, and he said it was a ue, And told me this instead : That long ago the Moon and he Were wed, And used to go Bright, happy, hand-in-hand, Both to and fro Morning and evening skies. But, one sad day, The silver Moon 'fell ill And died away : And nevermore will be Together they, And nevermore will go Bright hand-in-hand, And nevermore will walk The same sweet land. He said that he would give His whole blue sky Jf lie could only see her once And die ! Just kiss each baby star Upon its cheek ! For that is all, he says, He shines, to seek. It does seem sad that he So long has shone For other's joy but has not Found his own.

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BRlEF MENTION [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 July 1903

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 July 1903

jQuain's pier J^oteL , . ?JJIIIIMMfaBMnManilllIMB ? ?llnMHMa^H^n'm-MN«'*MnBnBM^nMBI^mBMMMn 1MB! I ? jllllllunraszaxzaEan I I B Y B 0 N B A Y. Excellent Ar-oisiiiio-I:itiou. Kest AI«*s WiiM's, and M|-ii-ifs. I?«vst of Tables. I]\-ry Attention SskUift'.v ami Billiard BCoouis. i:\|--»i i-ii« -?-! and Careful iivoout. Hotel Wagonette nuvts ;c!l Arrivals !-y Sen and Ttuisi. VS this Ilotfl is sitimtcd nearer to the Pacific Ocean than any other in Australia, it is needless to describe its Charms AS A SUMMER RESORT. D. QIAIN, PROPRIETOR. i I l^m_^_^ ? L ? .,_^ ? ^, LATE J. G. LOCKE & CO., | GENERAL STOREKEEPER'S, BYLiON BAY. i j ? a _ j me I : NKW SlUI'MKNTS ARRIVING KVKHY liOAT. NKW SHIPMKNTS AKKIVINO KVKKY BOAT. , \VK JU'Y FOR CASH SO THK PKOI'J.K (iKT TIIK BKXKl'TJ'. Autumn and Winter DRAPERY & Clothing, WHERBAT'S BOOTS. i,^,mm- i i-v.. i i 1 i- ?- ? „ „ IT c, / 1 liO( KR1KS and lroiiiiiuii^i'rx at lowest Lisiituv Prices. Call and Inspect our Stock and] Prices, before ! v...

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Retail Grocers' & Storekeepers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 July 1903

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 July 1903

CIRCULATING LARCELY THROUGHOUT^ DISTRICT. 1b. 3. HDardjam, BYRON BAY, I Sworn Valuator under the Real Property] Act, LICENSED AUCTIONEER. T~ AND and General Commission Agent I l Commissioner for Affidavits. LOCAL AGENT j For the United Insurance Coy. (Fire), j' % W. Thompson,! JUN., &. CO., Auctioneers and Land Agents. IWTULLUITIBIllIBY. I A UCTIONS held and Properties for £Ta_ Private Sale in all parts of the Bitr .Scrub and Tweed River Districts. A large list of properties to select from. Sugar Rebate, and Land and In come Tax, returns made out and forwarded. ' i -j NORTH COAST CO-OP. CO. LIMITED. — NOTICE. — WE will he prepared io receive Crciini at the new Factory, Lisniore. ??oni- mencmR WEDNESDAY. 3rd DECEM BER. 1902. W. H. CLIFFORD. Secretary. R. 0. EWING^ Auctioneer, Commission Agent, &c Government Assessor, j OT IT K W I L, I. V m BA U . I Sworn Valuator iiii-1--i- Koa! Property Act. '. Agent for New Zealand Insurance Co. GET your Visiting Curds print ec at ...

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NORTH COAST CO-OP. COY., LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 July 1903

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Publication Title: Byron Bay Record, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 July 1903

BYRON BAY. R, AUDSLEY ? -^ ^ Ii. Qrimwood, | i ? ? ? THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED AND LARGEST STORE IN THK BYRON HAY DISTRICT. Prict*^ that will Compare favourably with any charged elsewhere. ???*'?''?? ? i The Imperial is NOT A CASH STORE, j ? , ? JIHrtRAL t-.M'ins, Low Rates, and First Rate Articles, are the three things relied on to secure the support of the Public. .1 R. AUDSLEY. bLAnllL 0 Cash Store. IS NOW OPEN FOE BUSINESS. Drapery, Clothing, Groceries, &c, Note the Address : flEXT BAM f Give is a Call, It will PH you.) JACKSON BROS. I TAILORS AND MERCERS. I .lffoW'swonii-Mi ---?!. Lisiioiei:. OUR Traveller visits all parts of, tlie Districts and will visit Byron Bay Hoiithly, ! With a large stock of Serges, Worsteds1 to select from. Our Motto is to give' j honest value for your money. Our Fit, and Workmanship speaks for itself. i ? o ? BROS., | I Tailors an-l Mowers, Lismow. j Rep. Harvey .Jackson. i' NORTH COAST CO-OPERATIVE' COY.. LTD. I Vlfi TRUCKS ! will leave the Sidi...

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DAIRY & FARM. DAIRY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 July 1903

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 July 1903

Itook ri Bargains AT Harpy Everitt's, NEW STORE, SHIRLEY STREET, Byron Bay. ? IN ? Boots, AND j Shoes, 1; jj CARPET SLIPPERS, \ CANVASS SHOES, ft $ !-| Come and see our prices for the ?}?'! above lines, they are good and CHEAP. I Drapery, I \\ A GOOD AND UP-TO-DATE \\ STOCK TO SELECT FROM. i; ? I] Cashmeres all shades ami prices. ;? i All those New Goods. s I [ i [\ Ladies1 Winter Hats Trimmed to \ I Order. 'r'\ ':' At prices that defy Competition. | H.Everitt's. i ? BY ? AUCTION. ON ? SATURDAY, 25th JULY 1903. At 2-30 p.m. GWEN B. WAREHAM, has been favoured with instructions to sell in McLean's Hall, the following: 20 Bags of Maize (very slightly damaged by fire). Spring Cart Harness. Saddles, Bridles. Collars, Whips. Furniture and Sundries. NOTICE. tp© §(rub pall^s. npENDEKS are invited to fall I 30 Acres. Tenders close on the 20th hist Full particulars on application to the undersigned, T. ARMSTRONG, Cooper's Shoot. 'VTEW Fast, Express Bi-Weckly _LN - Service to Sydney. THE G. W....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 July 1903

\ ? Coaclibuildcr, Wheelwright, Blacksmith Ac &c, ? Johnson Street, Byron Bay, (Near the Pier). BEGS to notify the Public that he has started business, and trusts obtain a share of support, by strict attention to business, an MODERATE CHANGES. SHOEING A' SPECIALITY. . ? i C/ * Builder jiihI CoiEtractoi-. HAVING had a large experience, he is prepared to advise as to the most suitable Materials and Timber to use. Plans prepared for all kinds of Buildings, . j r Repairs to Buildings, : Furniture, Joinery, j LATTICE WORK A ' ? SPECIALITY.: WELL SEASONED TIMBER ALWAYS ON HAND PICKET FENCES ANY DESIGITS Irs. J. Joyce, ? UP-TO-DATE NEWS r AGENCY AND FANCY COOPS EMPORIUM. SYDNEY PAPERS, Town and Country, Sydney Mail, Evening News. Daily Telegraph. Sydney Bulletin, Boomerang, Worlds News. BRISBANE PAPERS. Courier, Daily Telegraph. Queenslander, Week. i MELBOURNE PAPERS. Leader and Saturday. ANVE BYRON BAY RECORD. BOOTS and Shoes, Grocery, Ironmongery Drapery. Fancy (roods, All kinds ...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. July 16 1903. [Newspaper Article] — The Byron Bay Record — 18 July 1903

SHIPPING. ARRIVAL. July 16 1903. Cavanba s.s 573 tons, Captain J. H. Hunter from Sydney. Passengers Mesuames. Jenkins and children. Nelson, Stransbury, Kenny, Evans. Misses Primrose, Breri nan (2). Messrs. Evans, Harrison. Wood land. Gurr, O Connell, Stansbury, Dear bery, Campbell, Jenkins, Parker, and Master Nelson, and 1(J second class. FREIGHT. 150 Tons General Merchandise. EEPOET, Left Sydney at 10.15 p.m. on the 14th Called at the usual Ports and arrived in! Byron Bay at 1 p.m. on the lGtli j Experienced Light westerly winds with fine clear weather throughout. ? ! Bgrmt Bag Secure MAINTAIN, UNAWCO BY INFLUENCE AND UNBRIBED BY GAIN ; HERE PATRIOT TRUTH HER OLORIOUS PRECEPTSj DRAW, PLEDGED TO RELIGION, LOYALTY, AND LAW. SATURDAY, JULY is, iy «.

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